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Stephen Minton

Vice President, Customer Insights & Analysis

Stephen Minton is Vice President with the IDC Customer Insights & Analysis group, focusing on IT spending and global end-user trends. Mr. Minton is responsible for Worldwide IT Spending programs, including the Worldwide Black Book, Worldwide Enterprise Black Book, and the Worldwide Semiannual Spending Guide: Vertical and Company Size. 

Mr. Minton's research expertise includes global ICT and economic analysis, and he works extensively with industry data to monitor IT budget and market trends around the world. He is the author of papers that focus on globalization and the spread of technology into emerging markets, and is a regular speaker on the subject of Worldwide IT Spending. He has spoken at major industry events and conferences around the world, and in 2002 he addressed the United Nations in New York, speaking to UN ambassadors on the subject of the global Information Society. He is regularly quoted for his views on IT markets and business trends by major publications including the Financial TimesThe Wall Street Journal and Businessweek, and has been featured on CNBC and Bloomberg.

Mr. Minton previously worked with Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) in a sales & marketing role, before joining IDC in 1998. Originally from Hartlepool in the North of England, he graduated from the University of Salford in 1995. He has also worked in the field of consumer market research with Millward Brown International. 

This IDC Market Presentation provides IDC's forecast assumptions for the worldwide ICT markets in 1Q18 and historical market values and exchange rate information for 2009–2017 in the attached PowerPoint file. This information complements pu...
United States Black Book, 4Q17

Feb 2018 - Pivot Table - Doc # US41383518

by: Jessica GoepfertDavid LantsmanStephen Minton

This IDC Pivot Table is the 4Q17 release of IDC's United States Black Book, covering updated forecasts for IT spending segmented by 16 vertical markets, 15 technologies (across hardware, software, and services), and all 50 states in the Uni...
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